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Destined...for Salvation!

Written by Marquis Johns.

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I don’t know who it was that first said, “Don’t get so focused on the destination that you forget to enjoy the journey,” but I'm not sure this is necessarily good advice. What if it's the destination that gives you the strength to endure the journey? Or what if it's the destination that determines how you make the journey? The whole idea of destiny is to focus on what will happen to a particular person or thing in the future. Depending on what you believe about the future, thinking about your destiny could either fill you with dread or delight.

For instance, If you believe you are destined to meet a tyrant who's been waiting to judge you for everything you've ever thought, said or done, then you may focus solely on enjoying the journey and give very little regard to the destination. True?  Others believe that irrespective of the way you've travelled the path, you are destined for a paradisiacal afterlife.  If you fall into this group, you probably believe you can enjoy the journey and still look forward to the destination.  Right?

Dine & Discover: Domestic Abuse Awareness

Written by Metro Blogger.

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Our Men's and Women's Ministries departments are pleased to introduce Dine & Discover - a joint initiative between the departments that will foster discussion about topics of interest and importance to both sexes.  The first Dine & Discover will take place on Sunday, October 26 at 4:00 p.m. at Thai of Silver Spring.  The disucssion will focus on recognizing the signs of domestic abuse (October is Domestic Abuse Awareness Month).  Everyone is welcome to attend, however, you are responsible for purchasing your own meal.  Please RSVP (so that we ensure we have enough space) to Elizabeth Jones at 202-236-9432.   Thai of Silver Spring is located at 921E Ellsworth Dr, Silver Spring.

I Wish Someone Had Told Me...

Written by W. English-Joefield.

Metro's couples ministries is back!  Metro Couples Connect is inviting you to "I Wish Someone Had Told Me..." - an engaging discussion for couples who've been married six months, those who've been married 50 years, and all those in-between.  This lunch discussion takes place on Sabbath, October 25 at 2:30 p.m. in the MAC.  Please RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to reserve your spot.  Winston and Donna-Marie Darlington-Dawes will facilitate the discussion.

Beyond the Walls Promotes the Destined Series!

Written by Latey Bradford.

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Random acts of kindness:  Selfless acts performed by a person or people wishing either to assist or to cheer up an individual or people.

Metro - this Sabbath we all are going to perform random acts of kindness in our community, while simultaneously promoting our upcoming Destined series!  We know that inviting people to come to church is sometimes a scary or uncomfortable task, so we're making it easy - you'll do something unexpectedly nice for a random person, which will include giving them one of our series postcards.